.vectornator is Vectornator drawing

File extension.VECTORNATOR
Associated softwareVectornator
File typeVector graphics file
CompressionNo compression
MetadataContains information about the drawing, such as the author, creation date, and dimensions
CompatibilityCan be opened and edited with Vectornator, and can be exported to other vector graphics formats, such as SVG, PDF, and PNG

What is a .VECTORNATOR file?

A .VECTORNATOR file is a vector graphic file created by the Vectornator vector graphics design software. It stores an artboard with one or more layers and may include text, shapes, and pen and brush strokes. VECTORNATOR files also contain drawing metadata, such as artboard dimensions and image resolution.

Vectornator is a free and open-source vector graphics design software for macOS, iPad, and iPhone. It is a popular choice for graphic designers, illustrators, and artists who need to create high-quality vector graphics.

To open a .VECTORNATOR file, you can use Vectornator itself, or you can use a compatible vector graphics design software such as Adobe Illustrator or Inkscape.

How to open a .VECTORNATOR file?

  • Use Vectornator: Vectornator is the software that created the .VECTORNATOR file, so it is the best way to open it. You can download Vectornator for free on macOS, iPad, and iPhone. Once you have installed Vectornator, simply double-click on the .VECTORNATOR file to open it.
  • Use Adobe Illustrator: Adobe Illustrator is another popular vector graphics editor that can open .VECTORNATOR files. However, you will need to have a paid subscription to Adobe Creative Cloud in order to use Illustrator. To open a .VECTORNATOR file in Illustrator, go to File > Open, and then select the .VECTORNATOR file from the list of files.
  • Use a file converter: If you do not have Vectornator or Adobe Illustrator, you can use a file converter to convert the .VECTORNATOR file to a different format that can be opened by other software. There are many free and paid file converters available online.

How to convert a .VECTORNATOR file to another format?

There are a few ways to convert a .VECTORNATOR file to another format. Here are two methods:

Method 1: Use Vectornator

Vectornator can export .VECTORNATOR files to a variety of other formats, including:

  • SVG: Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) is a popular vector image format that can be opened by many different software programs.
  • PDF: Portable Document Format (PDF) is a versatile format that can be used to share documents with others.
  • EPS: Encapsulated PostScript (EPS) is a vector image format that is often used in print publishing.
  • PNG: Portable Network Graphics (PNG) is a raster image format that is often used for web graphics.

To export a .VECTORNATOR file from Vectornator, follow these steps:

  1. Open the .VECTORNATOR file in Vectornator.
  2. Click on the Export button.
  3. In the Export dialog box, select the desired format from the Format drop-down menu.
  4. Click on the Export button.

The .VECTORNATOR file will be converted to the selected format and saved to your computer.

Method 2: Use a file converter

There are many free and paid file converters available online that can convert .VECTORNATOR files to other formats. One popular file converter is CloudConvert: https://cloudconvert.com/. To use CloudConvert to convert a .VECTORNATOR file, follow these steps:

  1. Go to the CloudConvert website: https://cloudconvert.com/.
  2. Click on the Choose Files button and select the .VECTORNATOR file that you want to convert.
  3. In the Convert to field, select the desired format.
  4. Click on the Convert button.

CloudConvert will convert the .VECTORNATOR file to the selected format and download the converted file to your computer.


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